The Oklahoma Sooners are on the road taking on the Kansas State Wildcats. They started Trevor Knight at quarterback and got out to a 14-0 lead behind a pair of touchdowns from Knight. One was a 12-yard pass to Sterling Shepard and one was an eight yard run by Knight.
That might have had the Sooners feeling a little too confident against Kansas State because in less than a minute after their second touchdown they let Kansas State score.
Wildcats quarterback Jake Waters threw a 48 yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett who was wide open. He got behind the defense and there was no one near him when the ball was thrown his way. The Oklahoma Sooners saw the ball in the air, turned around to see how far Lockett was and gave up on the spot. It was just the thrid play of the drive, and 53 seconds after the previous Oklahoma touchdown.
They probably couldn’t of caught him but how did they let him get behind like that.
On their next possession, Kansas State went down and scored to tie the game. On the first play Waters threw a 43 yard pass to Tramaine Thompson. That set up the scoring play which was another long (30- yard) pass from Waters to Lockett.